Canadian psychiatrist and "modern Henry Norman Bethune" Michael Phillips pioneers research on people who attempt to kill themselves.
Would you spend $1,800 on a Prada dress or a weekend in Italy? If you said the dress, chances are you're less happy than the person who would spend to buy experiences.
The Czech first lady was toting black-and-white plush toy versions of Krtek (Little Mole), the popular Czech cartoon character that CCTV relaunched last week.
A veteran laywer takes his fate in his own hands and turns to the world of arts, Darnell Gardner Jr. reports.
In one of Clara Ramona's flamenco classes in Beijing, students become passionate dancers and show a side of themselves rarely seen in their daily lives.
In the three decades since David Dewey of Minneapolis began collecting Chinese antiquities he has donated dozens to favored museums.
Blending tantric yoga and martial arts, shadow yoga instructor Scott Blossom shows Rebecca Lo how to get down at a recent conference in Hong Kong.
They come in all shapes, sizes and colors, and they had all gathered for an exhibition in Beijing. Liu Xiangrui marvels at the kite makers and their devotion to a traditional craft.
Kite-flying can be a consuming passion as Chitraleka Basu finds out at the Weifang International Kite Festival, which had attracted an ardent gathering of international hobbyists.
Exactly one year has passed, the 3-year-old last survivor of the deadly Wenzhou train accident is able to walk again and is taking the next steps in life.
Farmers in Huilong village are making best use of local libraries.
A 5-minute public-service film produced by the United Nations Development Program reveals what ordinary Chinese want for the world's future.